GHA pleased to support Housing Design Awards

GHA pleased to support Housing Design Awards

Good Homes Alliance is pleased to support the UK’s longest-running housing awards, set up by government in 1948 and now in their 71st year To date there have been more than 1,000 winning schemes. The HDA archive of previous winners is the largest such resource in the world. Run as a ...
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Five pioneering low carbon housing projects secured for Building for 2050 research

Five pioneering low carbon housing projects secured for Building for 2050 research

Five pioneering low carbon housing projects have signed up to be part of the Building for 2050 research project, funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). The project, launched at the Futurebuild conference in London, aims to shape future UK policy on delivering low carbon homes ...
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Discussion Notes - GHA 2019 Policy Workshop

Discussion Notes – GHA 2019 Policy Workshop

GHA held a policy workshop entitled ‘Tomorrow’s Housing: Are Current Regulations Fit for Purpose?’ on Thursday 24th January at Winckworth Sherwood, London. The event, chaired by Good Homes Alliance Network and Programme Manager Julian Brooks, attracted over 35 delegates including specialists from the following sectors; building consultancy, new-build and retrofit development, supply chain, architecture, ...
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GHA overheating project workshop in Bristol, Monday 25th February

GHA overheating project workshop in Bristol, Monday 25th February

The Good Homes Alliance are running a project to develop guidance for local authorities on how to assess and mitigate overheating risk in new residential development (http://goodhomes.org.uk/research/early-stage-overheating-guidance). Following background research and surveys with local authorities and designers, the project is now in its final stages, aiming for completion in early ...
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DEADLINE EXTENDED - Survey: Early stage guidance on overheating

DEADLINE EXTENDED – Survey: Early stage guidance on overheating

Thank you to all those who completed our short overheating guidance survey. We’ve had some great feedback with over 180 responses and have decided to extend the deadline for further responses until 5pm on 12th January 2019. The research team are particularly interested to hear from local authority planning teams ...
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